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Jo Jos Jacket - Stephen Malkmus - Stephen Malkmus (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Yozilkree says:
    Biography Early years. Stephen Malkmus was born in Santa Monica, California, to Mary and Stephen Malkmus Sr. His father was a property and casualty insurance agent. When Stephen Jr. was 8, the family moved north to Stockton, where he attended Carpinteria's Cate School and Lodi's Tokay High trobpacompconfsini.chquaridfalkeaparreedisttileftmaskapi.infoinfo a teenager, Malkmus worked various jobs, including painting house numbers on street curbs and.
  2. Kazizil says:
    Mar 06,  · Its a big day. A lot to dig into here. Read on PRE-ORDER. Stephen Malkmus announces his new album, Traditional Techniques, out March 6th via Matador (and Domino in UK/Europe), lead single, “Xian Man,” and a North American tour. Traditional Techniques, Malkmus’ third solo LP without the Jicks (or Pavement), is new phase folk music for new phase folks, with Malkmus .
  3. Nerg says:
    Sparkle Hard is an excellent showcase for Stephen Malkmus’ irresistible indie rock hooks and often sardonic lyrics. The album covers a serious amount of terrain, touching on the murder of Freddie Gray in “Bike Lane” before switching directions with the country-tinged “Refute,” a duet with Kim Gordon that alludes to her divorce from Thurston Moore.
  4. Nasar says:
    Tempting though it may be, Mirror Traffic is not quite Stephen Malkmus' response to the reunion of Pavement. Malkmus and the Jicks entered the studio with Beck prior to Pavement’s international tour, so any passing similarities Mirror Traffic may have to Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain aren’t a reflection of his ‘90s band bleeding back into the Jicks but perhaps an indication that.
  5. Mikajas says:
    Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks' seventh record, Sparkle Hard, is light 'n' breezy, head-down heavy, audacious, melancholic and reflective, a goodtime and bodacious, and it pulls off the smartest trick: it's both unmistakeably The Jicks and – due to the streamlining of their trademark tics and turns, plus the introduction of some unexpected flourishes (Auto-Tune!
  6. Dogis says:
    You couldn't even find Stephen Malkmus's name in the liner notes of the first Pavement album, the classic Slanted and Enchanted. With their fractured and silly lyrics, notoriously unpredictable live show, and cryptic cover art, frontman Malkmus and company endeared themselves to indie-rock fans worldwide before breaking up last year/5(73).
  7. Fezshura says:
    Stephen Malkmus is the debut album by Stephen Malkmus, released on February 13, by Matador Records. Malkmus had planned to create the record by himself, or through a smaller, local label, but eventually accepted the offer Matador asked, and he released it.5/5(7).
  8. Tauramar says:
    Stephen Malkmus begins with a rush of these vibrantly playful songs, including "Phantasies," a fey mix of falsetto vocals, pennywhistles, handclaps, marimbas, and other bizarre musical non sequiturs, and "JoJo's Jacket," a whimsical, stream-of-consciousness ode to Yul Brenner: "Perhaps you saw me in Westworld/I acted like a robotic cowboy/It.

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